Its all about Baroque this season. From fabergé prints, heavy embellishments to stunning gold appliqué. A Baroque piece in your wardrobe this winter is a must! :) Here are my favourite Baroque looks from the catwalk!
I recently took part in a design exhibition called 'CABANA NIGHTS' at Wahm Lounge at W Hotel Doha. Along with 4 other talented designers, I got to design and customize my very own Cabana!
My theme ARABIAN DUSK celebrated the rich culture of the region infused with hues of the desert sky. A lush colour palette of purples, turquoise and tangerine, merged with local ornaments, antique lanterns and luscious scents to create the prefect setting for a magical night.
I was so pleased to come in second place with 835 votes! I want to thank the W Doha hotel for such a great opportunity and for supporting up & coming designers in Doha. I also want to thank my family and friends for their continuous support. And for all those who voted, shared the picture and sent out messages, it really meant a lot to me! Thank you to every single one of you ♥
So without further ado here are the images from the exhibition. Hope you enjoy them!
ARABIAN DUSK by Natalie Tahhan
Guests: Charne Ashington, Carla Malari, Dalia Piñeiro & Debrina Alyah.
Natalie Tahhan and guests enjoying the event.
Photography: Joe Chua Agdeppa
Special Thanks to: W Doha Hotel, Clara De Lama & Dalia Istanbouli.
I am taking part in a design exhibition called 'CABANA NIGHTS' at Wahm Lounge at W Hotel Doha on 7th November 2011. Along with 4 other talented designers, I get to design and customize my very own Cabana to create the perfect setting for the special night! I am so excited to be taking part in such a fantastic event, so come and enjoy the experience!
'Poor Little Rich Girl' is a series of illustrations which challenge the concept
of repetition and reflection within today’s contemporary society. The notion of
sixties glamour is continuously being recreated, redesigned and reintroduced in
in colour, in silhouette, or simply in inspiration this iconic era has made its
way back to the run way several times.
series of illustrations portrays the current “1960’s” inspired woman in
today’s society to convey the fact that we live in an interconnected,
time-referenced world, where we can pick and choose the specific aspects with
which we want to express ourselves.